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Volume XVlJ-Ne. 38
LANCASTER, PA THURSDAY. OCTOBER 14,v1880.
Price Twe Cf lti.
lb
MttMntdliamM.
SEW ADTERTD3EXESIS.
TkABUAINS! BARGAINS:!
SELLING OFF! SELLING OFF!!
Eathven & Eisher
Offer their entlro-steck of
Ready-Made Clothing
at and below Cost, with a victr et alscentlnu-C
lng the HEADY-MADE CLOTHING buslncst
and devoting their Attention exclusively te
CUSTOM WORK.
CLOTHING made promptly te order, and
satisfaction in nil coees guaranteed. A select
line of Cleths, Cassiineres, Worsteds, Coatings,
Suitings. Cheviots. Heltens, Overceatings,
Vcstlngs, c.,alwavsenhand and orders re
spectfully 'solicited. Alse, a gener.d line or
Furnishing Goods.
R ATHVON & FISHER
Merchant Tailors and Drapers,
Ne. 101 North Queen St., Lancaster, Ta.
SPCCIAL. These in want of Heady-Made
Clothing will consult their own interest by
giving them a call before purchasing else
where, as their Clothing arc mainly et their
own manufacture and substantially made.
ep29-ltnrt
FALL OFENIE
. r
H. GERHABT'S
Tailering: nimeiit,
MONDAY, OCTOBER lltli, 1880.
A Complete Stock et
Cleths, Suitings
VNC
OVERCOATINGS,
which for elegance cannot be Mirpassuil. The
Latest Assortment el
ENGLISH AND SCOTCH
SUITINGS
in this city. Prices as low as the low ct at
H. GERHART'S
Ne. 51 North Queen Street.
CLOTHING!
CLOTHING!
We have new rcadv for pale an Inuucupe
Stock et
Fall and Winter,
which arc Cut and Trimmed in the Latest
Style. We can give j'eu a
GOOD STYLISH SUIT
AS LOW AS $10.00.
PIECE GOODS
In great variety, made te order at short notice
at tiie lowest prices.
24 CENTRE SQUARE,
6-lyd LANCASTER, PA.
1SS0 isse
Eall Season.
The most attractive and Rcchcrehe Line of
PARISIAN,
NOVELTIES,
FOR
MEN'S WEAK
OPEN Till DAY AT
SM ALI NG'S
THE ARTIST TAILOR,
121 N. QUEEN STREET,
MRS. C. LILLEE,
UVDIES' UAIHDUESSEU
Manufacturer and Dealer in Hair Werk, Genu,
Wigs. Combings straightened and made te or
der. Hair Jewelry of all kinds made up. Alse,
Kid Gloves and Feathers cleaned and dyed, at
If os. 225 and 227 North Queen street, four doers
Above P. R. E. Depot. el-3md
Reatiy-MailB Cletning
D. B. Hosteller & Sen,
Londen and New YerK
JEWELRY.
LOUIS WEBKR,
WATCITMAKEK.
Ne. 153 NORTH QUEEN STKKET.near 1'. K.
K. Depot, Lancaster, Pa. Geld, Silver and
Nickel-cased Watches, Chainj, Clocks, &c
Agent ter the celebrated Pantaseeplc Specta
cles and Eye-Glapes. Repairing a siieclalty.
aprl-lyd
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR
FINE WATCHES
Beeclva imest cartful attention.
DESIX3 AND ESTIMATE SYUMITTBtt
WITHOUT CHARGE.
B. F. BOWMAN,
lOfi EAST KING STREET,
LANCASTER. PA.
Complete
Bridal
Outfits
In
Silver and
Silver-
Plated
Ware, at Reason Reasen Reasen
able Prices.
Tea Sate,
Soup Tureens,
Ice Pitchers,
Cake Baskets,
Coffee Spoons,
Knives,
Perks,
Spoons,
Casters, &c., &c.
AUGUSTUS RHOADS,
JEWELER,
Se. 20 East Kins Street, Lancaster, Pa.
WEDDING PRESENTS
In rich Silver.
WEDDING PRESENTS
In Elegant Plated Waie
WEDDING PRESENTS
In Fine Dhniemls.
WEDDING PRESENTS
In Foreign Fancy Goods.
WEDDING PRESENTS
In Decorated Peicclahv.
WEDDING PRESENTS
In Gicat Variety,
Te Suit Every Taste,
At Vciy Lew Prjecs.
BAILEY, BASKS & BIDDLE,
.lEWEI.KKS, SILVERSMITH?, IMPORTERS,
12TH AND CHESTNUT STS.,
PHILADELPHIA.
M2-SmdM,W&F
drugs, jtc.
rUtUSSX:S! TRUSSES!! TKUrlSKS!!!
J. Sufferers from Rupture w ill find the safest,
easiest und cheapest Trusses In thu world en
exhibition and ler sale by
ANDREW G. FREY, Druggist,
Cor. N. Queen and Orange Sts, Lancaster, Pa.
Call anil tee.
Alse, the enlv sme cure for Pile,
FREY'S UNIVERSAL PILE SUPPOSITORY.
Never Jails. Pi ice. 50c. and 75c. n be.
nlO-yd
II
ULI.73 DRUG STORE.
FOE
PRESERVING CIDER
USB
NEUTRAL
SDIPHTTE OF LIE.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING WITH
EACn PACKAGE.
VOR SAT.K JkT
HULLS DRUG STORE
Ne. 15 WEST KING STREET,
ansSS-lyd .LANCASTER, PA.
JlURSITURE.
HBINITSH,
FINE FUKNITURE
ash
Cabinet Manufaclurer.
All in mint of Fine or Fancy Cabinet Werk
would de well te call and examine specimens
et our work.
OFFICE FURXITURE A SPECIALTY.
HEINITSH,
15 East King Street.
VUlOCEltlES.
VlfiJOLESALE AN1J KKTAIL.
LEVAX?S FLOUR
AT
Ne. 227 NORTH PRINCE STREET.
017-lyd
DRY GOODS.
LADIES' COATS.
Opened this day a large stock; of the above
goods, te which special attention Is Invited.
Silk and Cotten Yelvets
FOR TRIMMING AND SKIRTS.
BLACK AND COLORED SATINS
FOR TRIMMING, &c.
BLACK SILKS
A.3tB
Black and" Colored Cashmeres.
We have all the above goods in tall supply,
and te be told at our usual Lew Prices.
FAHNESTOCK'S,
Next Doer te the Cenrt Heuse.
DRESS GOODS,
CLOAKS,
CLOAKINGS.
HAGER & BROTHER
have new open the latent novelties In French,
English and American
DRESS GOODS.
FRENCH PLAIDS, HANDKERCHIEFS,
feUlTlNGS, SIDE HANDS, CASIIMKRE
KOULE, MOMIE CLOTHS, FLAN
NEL SUITINGS, Ac., 3ca.
SILKS, SATDTS
VELVETS.
Cloaks! Cloaks!
Have jnif received from New Yerk Impert
era a line or Cleak, Delmans and Jackvta in
the Latest Style for Ladies and Misses.
CLOAKING CLOTHS,
ISlack and Celer., Plain
Assortment.
iinfl Fancy, in Large
C5Ve invite examination.
J. B. lartin & Ce.
New offering special valne in
DRESS GOODS
SILKS, SATINS
AKI
VELVETS.
SPECIAL TALUE ITU
BLANKETS, FLANNELS, UN
DERWEAB AND HOSIERY.
We ate daily opening New DMlgns in
OAEPBTS
AXD
WAIIPAPIES.
Cerner West King and Prince Streets,
LANCASTER, PA.
VAltl'ETS.
rAKGAINS FOK ETERXBODY.
BAEE CHANCE IN CARPETS,
Positive sale te Rcdnca Stock et
6,000 Yards Bnls Genets,
AT AND BELOW COST.
Call and satisfy yourself. Ale, Ingrain, Rag
and Chain Carpets in almost endless variety .at
H. S. SHIRE'S
CARPET HALL,
203 WEST KING STEEET,
LANCASTER, PA.
J.TTOJtlfEYS-A T-LA If
UENltY A. KILEY
Attorney and Counseller-at-Law
21 Park Hew. New Yerk.
Collections made in ail parts of the United
Slates, and a general legal business transacted
Refers by permission te Steinman & Hensee
J. B. MARTIN I CO.,
Eancaster Intelligencer.
THURSDAY EVENING, OCT. 14, 1880.
THE EAST END DEMOCRACY.
UNDAUNTED AND ENTHUSIASTIC HAN
COCK 31EN.
A Fine Meeting In Sew Helland The Caic
palga la Penujlvanlu Just .Begun.
Tiie Democratic meeting at New Hol Hel
land yesterday was a gathering of the
Democrats and independent Republicans
for many miles around and by the admis
sion of the "best workers" in the Repub
lican party itself iu that neighborhood, it
net only exceeded in numbers, enthusiasm
and geed order all the expectations of its
management, but far outran in its propor
tions the Republican event of some days
age at the same place.
Although the Republicans had been in
dustriously circulating all night before
and yesterday morning that the "Western
elections rendered Hancock's success
uncertain, the Democracy of Eastern
Lancaster county were net daunted
nor deteiTcd and turned out brave
ly te pledge their new efforts in
behalf of the geed cau&e. By neon the
town began te be well ciewded with per
sons who came lmliviutially, and shortly
after 1 p. m. the delegations commenced
te assemble. Frem the cast section of
Waynesboro, Chmchtewn, Tcrrc Hill,
Ueartewn and ether points en that side of
New Helland there came a long line of
vehicles and horsemen, headed by a band
of music. Salisbury and Sadsbury sent
many of their sturdy Democrats. Geerge
Diller marshalled a host from Paradise,
Strasburg and Lcaccck. At Midway they
met the Upper Lea cock delegation, which
numbered nearly one hundred, and who
were led off by the Rcamstewn band. The
Ephrata boys, in uniform, came down two
hundred strong with their band, and ban
ners and colors bravely flying te the
breeze. They dieve up and down the
village and v.ere greeted with chcers as
they passed along escorted by a detach
ment of the New Helland Hancock and
English club and their band.
The stand was erected en an open lot let
west of the Stycr house and adjoining it.
It was a spacious and comfei table struc
ture, decorated with flags and evergreens
and surrounded by significant banners.
Chairman of the county committee Hou Heu
se! called the meeting te order by direction
et the local management, and at the close
of a short speech announced the following
organization.
President Win. Ellmakcr.
Vice President Gee. Diller, Jehn
Masen. A. I). Patterson, Levi Bear,
Jehn Dehavcn, Dr. S. A. Zell, Gee.
Duchinan, Jacob Leber, Franklin Plank,
Jacob Ruttcr, B. J. McGiann, Pierce
Lcsher, II. M. North, Jacob Pouts, Dr. S.
Snavely, Martin Weidler, Wm. Bender,
J. Watsen Ellmakcr, Gee. G. Worst, Wm.
Martin, A. P. Mcllvain.
. Secretaries W. Hayes Gricr, Nicholas
Dauncr, Jeseph Aikcns, Davis Yundt,
Barten Winters. R. II. Brubakcr. Jehn P.
Echtcrnach, I. D. Worst, Gee. W. David David
eon, Ifeaac Hull, W. W. Busscr.
Mr. Ellmakcr took the chair in a well
timed and emphatic speech, and at its
conclusion introduced te the audience
Hen. Jehn W. Ferney, who was received
with long continued applause and listened
te with eager interest by these present,
including many of his personal and polit
ical friends of nearly forty years age. He
was followed by J. Luther Ringwalt, also
a late Republican and himself a native of
New Helland, who with cloquence and
earnestness gave te these assembled the
reasons for his belicf that Hancock ought
te be, and his faith that ha would be the
next president.
In the evening a grand torchlight
parade was had through tl.c village. The
line presented a beautiful appearance and
the marching of hundreds of uniformed
men, clubs in citizens' dicss, bands and
drum corps, with banners and flags, created
great enthusiasm, greatly heightened by
the general illumination of the town and
the cheers of hundreds of men, women and
children en the bidcwalks. Dr. W. S.
Yundt marshalled the parade, assisted by
numerous efficient aids.
Meanwhile the meeting at the Stycr
house was reorganized and was addressed in
a vigorous and forcible manner by W. II.
Reland, J. L. Stcinnictz, D. McMullcn and
R. B. Risk.
The evening meeting was even much
mere largely attended than the afternoon
assemblage, and taken all in all it was a
demonstration of which the Democracy el"
the East end may well be proud. The
New Helland Democracy especially deserve
credit for the energy and zeal with which
they worked it up and arc te be congratu
lated en the signal success that crowned
their unitiug efforts.
ATJIANUElll.
A KeuRJng Meeting In That Ancient l!or l!er l!or
eugh. Cel. Ferney was obliged te return te
Philadelphia at 0 o'clock last evening and
was net able te attend the meeting at
Manhcim. There was a very large gather
ing, nevertheless, of the unterrified and
after a torchlight parade was had a fine
meeting was organized. The parade em
braced clubs from Lititz, White Oak and
surrounding points and awakened great
enthusiasm. The precession was mar
shalled by F. II. White, and C. J. Mcugcl
presided at the meeting which was ad
dressed by B. F. Davis, esq., and Jehn A.
Ceyle, esq., of this city, iu able and effec
tive speeches.
Something te Wear.
Londen Truth.
The following is a correct list of the sup
ply of garments taken by a certain Parisian
cemtcssc for a stay of ene week at Dieppe:
Seven dresses : A blue and white flow
ered foulard ; a red cotton gown, with red
and blue tartan bodice ; a blue woolen
dress, with two bodice ; another with red
and black stripes ; a red woolen gown ; a
white and black, with two black .silk vests
and a black foulard, the bodice covered
with jet. Twe dressing gowns, ene blue,
one white,two peignoirs of striped batiste,
trimmed with embroidery, and a matince
of pink flannel edged with lace.
Four mantles : One a black silk jacket,
lined with black and with checked silk ; a
traveling mantle, lined with sealskin and
with a heed of the same ; a visitc of em
broidered gray Indian cashmere.
The laces included three gauze veils,
one red, "one white, one blue ; a black net
veil, a long ene with chenille dots and a
Spanish lace mantilla. A liberal supply
of stockings found a place iu the malle de
madams ; eleven pairs of black, two of
red and two of pale blue. Twenty-four
batiste pocket handkerchiefs, besides six in
madame's traveling bag and twelve trim
med with Va'enciecnss. Four short petti
coats ; two mere of foulard, one blue and
one red. Four net fichus, thtec of them
white and ene black ; four linen cellars
rr.d three pahs of linen cuffs; two sets of
batiste cellars and cuffs trimmed with lace,
two sets in batiste, one "Buckingham"
set.
Of hats there were full many. One was
a stone-colored straw, trimmed with ruby
velvet ; another, a hat for the beach, in
open work straw, lined with red plush ;
large veil with beaded dots twisted round
the crown ; three bonnets, one made en
tirely of bird of Paradise plumes, another
of geld, black and chenille, and the third
mnde te wear with ganze veils of the color
of each of the dresses ; eighteen pairs of
gloves, one of them being of thread ; two
fans, a black and a white ; a black sun
shade and a white ; a pair of linen shoes ;
a pair of black satin, embroidered with
white ; a pair of slippers with monogram
in jet, and four pairs of colored shoes te
match the dresses
Lamb Chops.
Hen- the Stuttering Essayist Once .Mangled
a Peer Londen Peet.
Londen Standard.
Lamb received an invitation en a certain
evening te be . present at a breakfast at
Rogers' the following morning te meet a
young author, whose first volume of poetry
left the press that day. He went a trifle
early, and reached the waiting room while
it was vacant, Rogers net having come
down, and none of the ether guests hav
ing arrived. On a table lay a copy of the
young poet's new book. Lamb picked it
up, ran through it, saw that it contained
nothing of any special mark, and then in
the few minutes yet remaining, amused
himself by committing te memory two or
three of the short poems it contained.
Iho guests arrived among them the
young aspirant for honors. Seme of the
leading men of the Londen world of
letters were among the number. Rogers
descended, the young man was introduced
and the breakfast was served. Some lit.
erary matters came under discussion,
pending the after-introduction of the
young poet's book. With the gravest of
iaecs, after a few moments, Lamb said :
"I d-don't think, g-gentlemen, that I
h-have ever r-repeatcd te you ene of my
best p-pecms. What say? Will you
h-have it? Nobody quite understood
what was coming, but all could read the
mischievous flash in the eye that was
usually se kindly ; and the demand for the
poem was general. Lamb quietly repeated,
word for word, one of the poems from the
y eung man's book. The key was furnished
te the rest, when they saw the young poet
pale, then redden, and then fall back in
his chair as astonished as if thunderstruck
and as helpless as if paralyzed. Loud
cheers, clapping of hands find damands
for mere. Lamb bowed his thanks, pre
tended net te remember anything else that
he had lately written and then, under urg
ing, repeated another and yet another of
the poems from the young man's book,
the budding poet manifesting symptoms of
doubt whether he was himself, whether
anything en the earth was real, whether
he had really written the poems that up
te that time he had believed that he had
until he heard a man declaiming them and
claiming them for his own ; a man who
could net even have seen his unpublished
book. Louder cheers and a still louder
demand for yet another. The fun with all
the "old tins" new thoroughly instructed,
began te grew "fast and furious." Lamb,
who had previously retained his sitting
position, new rose and said :
"G-gentlcmen, I having only been
g-giviug you s-some I-littlc bits of m-my
poetry. But I h-have one p-poem that I
am a Iittle p-proud of. I wr-wrete it a
g-goed m-many years age. This is h-hew
it begins :
"Of man's tir.-it disobedience, and the iruit
Of that forbidden t-tree, whose moral t-tastc
Rreught d-dcath into the world with all our
wee"
The recitation was deemed te go no fur
ther. Fer the previous few minutes the
young poet, crazed with wonder and yet
aware that in some unaccountable manner
he was being robbed, had simply been
tearing his hair. But at this juncture he
could restrain himself no longer. He
sprang te his feet, his face ablaze, and
burst out :
"Gentleman, this is tee much ! I have
sat here, gentlemen, and heard that man
repeat poem after poem of mine, claiming
them for his own, and I have borne it.
Bui when I hear him attempt te claim
the opening lines of Milten's ' Parudise
Lest'"
That address, tee, was deemed te he
cut short like the recitation. Rogers averred
that never, beneath his reef, with all the
merry madness that that breakfast-table
knew, had such a storm of laughter and ap
plause gene ever it as finished that speech
"and sent the young man te his chair for the
time little less than a maniac, under the
pressure of Lamb's crowning atrocity.
Ge te II. 11. Cochran, drngplst 137 and IS!)
North f )upcii street ler Mrs. Freeman'' it Xew
Xatienat Dycv. Pur brightness anil durability
et color are uncqualcd. Celer from 2 te 5
pounds. Price, 13 cents.
lleiv's the Haby,
'Hew's the Raby?" "His crenp is better
this morning, thank you, we uve him &eme
Themas' Eclectric Oil as yen advised, doctor,
and shall give him some mere in an hour or
se." Next day the doctor pronounced the
eungster cured. Fer sale by II. 11. Cochran,
ilruggibt. 137 and 133 North Queen street, Lan
caster. Pa. 1
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GAEFIELD VS. HANCOCK
PALL CAMPAIGH OF 1880
New opened and the battle has commenced and rnges llerccly, and while there may be
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men it)
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W. CHAMPION BROWNING, M. D., "
117 ARCH STREET, PHELADEL0?HIA, PA.
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In
Knowledge, we Issue Chambers's Encyclepaedia
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Universal Knowledge, will also be issued sepa-.
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American Patriotism, 50c.
Table's History of English Literature, fie.
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